« on: December 07, 2013, 11:16:19 AM »
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The Pentax images in this comparison do look sharper with more contrast. But, were the two camera's set-up with similar in-camera jpeg processing settings?
I'm not familiar with Digitalcamerareview.com, are they reputable?
Pentax K3 looks very good. Really amazing in ISO 6400.
I would like to have a camera which allows me to go on holiday and take 5000 or 10000 photos without changing the battery.I can't even imagine myself flagging 10,000 photos on LR after some holiday... To be honest, I'm currently taking 4 GB cards around instead of 16 or 32 GB because I've found myself taking so-so pics much too often (and I'm actually much too lazy to import and categorize zillions of pics). I'd rather have 20 great pics a day.
I expect the 70D to be a re-heated 7D spec wise.If so, I'm in. Same body, similar AF system with maybe a more sensitive central point, same 100% VF, but with a better sensor with good 3200 ISO... I guess people expect much more, but that would be just what I need.
(...) would like something a tad smaller that I can take with me when I'm out and about with work. (...)
My point, I suppose, is not to worry about what you don't have but to make the best of what you do.
Thanks, Ray2021!Lots of expensive answers here...
Don't let these put you off... my first answer used rather simple combo and by no means they have to be L's! Any general purpose zoom plus one standard lens is a good deal for me. The second post with a listing was simply a joke to follow up on "analogies" post someone started.
The best lens is the one you have mounted and ready to go...not some pie-in-the-sky object that you have to fork out big bucks for.
The answer is: fast and accurate Autofocus, that is sensitive and do not hunt in bad light.It does make sense. Will pay more attention to that part of the reviews than I've been doing so far. Thanks!
For a P&S, this will be the thing making or breaking the pictures.
But my (admittedly biased) view of wives in general, they value responsiveness, simplicity and end IQ.Sounds like my wife, too, so now we have a little larger sample with less bias